For some strange reason, I’m incredibly happy with how the cover for Foolish Frost’s newest release ‘Prim in my hand’, a Second Life builder’s song. I already loved his ‘Avatar Song’, so I was honoured he was as lazy as to let me do the cover for this one! I already had a ’sneak prehear’ and the lyrics are - as usual - hilarious. Together with ‘Prim in my hand’ (listen and/or download) , Mr Foolish will bring an ‘updated’ version of the Avatar song which, I promise you, will guarantee you at least a few chuckles over the added lyrics. The Second Life God reference? Now, c’mon, who has not heard from Mr Foolish yet? The official invite:
Those that know the ‘Avatar Song’ by Foolish Frost will be highly delighted - and those that have never heard of it should urgently check out avatar.rezzable.com - to hear that Foolish Frost - for the GMF festival - will perform ‘Avatar’, a revised version ‘Return of the Avatar’ and his newest release ‘Prim in my hand’ this Friday, 26th of September, 2PM sharp at Crimson Shadow. All invited for the release party this Friday!
More on Foolish Frost and the gig over at the ‘invitation blogpost‘. The Avatar Song is already available for watching, listening, reading lyrics & downloading at avatar.rezzable.com. We’ll publish recordings from ‘Prim in my Hand’ and ‘Return of the Avatar’ after Friday’s release party at music.rezzable.com. If you - or your human - use facebook, feel free to RSVP here (yeah, Vint testing social networking skills! ;)).
My apologies to:
Michelangelo: For ripping off God’s hand, rotating it, and recolouring it. But guess if virtual worlds existed in M’s time, he would have loved them!
Foolish Frost: For adding that cute pink flower coming out of the prim. I know it’s not really your style.